Is my marriage Sacramental?


#1

We were married in my husband’s Prodestant Church.
He was baptized in his Prodestant Church.
I was raised with various religions but my parents were originally Catholic however by the time I came along (5th child) they were no longer practicing so I did not go through any sacraments.

We both converted to Catholicism about 17 years ago and were both baptized. Him again as a Catholic, me for the first time.

Is this considered a Sacramental marriage?


#2

The time line of your baptism & marriage does’t seem clear to me? Which came first?


#3

Yes. Your marriage is valid and a sacrament. It became a sacrament at the moment of your baptisms.


#4

Ed, I am reading the post as they both married while non-Catholics, then converted together 17 years ago.


#5

Marriages between two baptized Christians are sacramental. It does not matter whether the marriage or baptism came first.


#6

Yes, this is Sacramental. God Bless.


#7

Yes, if neither of you were Catholic at teh time of your wedding then your marriage came with you when you were recieved into the Catholic church.


#8

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